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django-jasmine

django-jasmine integrates the Jasmine Javascript testing framework with Django. Jasmine is a behavior-driven development framework for testing your JavaScript code. It does not depend on any other JavaScript frameworks. It does not require a DOM. And it has a clean, obvious syntax so that you can easily write tests.

django-jasmine also integrates the jasmine-jquery plugin, that provides a set of custom matchers for jQuery framework and an API for handling HTML fixtures in your specs.

Note

Being overwhelmed by work, I won’t upgrade this package if nobody asks for it. If you’re capable, please fork and pull request to help me, thanks in advance !

Installation

  1. pip install django-jasmine
  2. Add 'django_jasmine' to your settings.INSTALLED_APPS.
  3. Add settings.JASMINE_TEST_DIRECTORY, containing the path to your javascript jasmine test files. Files.json should be in this directory and all test files should be in os.path.join(settings.JASMINE_TEST_DIRECTORY, 'spec') *
  4. Makes sure you have properly defined a STATIC_URL.
  5. Add all Javascript files (including jQuery, and any other libraries) to files.json
  6. Add a urlconf to include('django_jasmine.urls').
  7. Visit the URL you've included in your urlconf to display Jasmine test results.

See the example directory for more information.

Template

If you wish to modify the jasmine index template for any reason (e.g. add a new jasmine reporter), you can create a jasmine/index.html template as follow:

{% extends "jasmine/base.html" %}

{% block jasmine_preload %}
    {# If you need to do any setup before dependencies in files.json are loaded (like define app namespace) #}
{% endblock %}

{% block jasmine_extra %}
    {# If you want to extend the default jasmineEnv config #}
{% endblock %}

{% block jasmine %}
    {# If you wish to rewrite the whole html runner script #}
{% endblock %}

Read templates/jasmine/base.html for the default config

Several versions of jasmine will be kept for retro-compatibility. You can override jasmine/base.html, and call for a specific version of jasmine (default to jasmine-latest, a symlink to the latest version)

Fixtures

jasmine-jquery allowing to add fixtures, you can set them in os.path.join(settings.JASMINE_TEST_DIRECTORY, 'fixtures'). Then in your spec:

jasmine.getFixtures().fixturesPath = "/jasmine/fixtures/";
loadFixtures("template.html")

Debug

If you encounter some errors that isn't obvious to debug, you can add "django_jasmine" to your loggers.

Integration with ./manage.py tests

To do so, I recommend using EnvJasmine, and use Fabric to run EnvJasmine after running manage.py tests

Todo

  1. Write django tests for this app
  2. Add Growl/notifyd notifications
  3. Rewrite the view to be class-based
  4. Add more settings for more flexibility

Versions

Latest (Default)

  • jasmine-latest 1.3.1
  • jasmine-jquery-latest 1.5.2

The Pypi django-jasmine version 0.3.1 includes:

  • jasmine 1.1.0.rc1
  • jasmine-jquery 1.3.1

since django-jasmine==0.3.1, it'll also insure that Django>=1.3 is installed, otherwise will install it as a dependency

license

Copyright (c) 2010 Movity, Inc Licensed new-style BSD, also containing Jasmine, which is licensed MIT. See LICENSE file for more information.

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